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Thursday, March 12, 2009

OLL LEWIS: Yesterday's News Today

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Good morning, it’s time once again to update you all on the latest happenings on the CFZ daily news blog. Before I do so though, its biscuit of the week time.
This weeks biscuit is the rich tea… only joking, that vile flavourless filth does not even deserve to be classed as a biscuit, honestly calling a rich tea a biscuit is like calling ‘big bang theory’ a comedy; technically it's true, but only because nobody dies at the end. Our true biscuit of the week is the noble Jammy Dodger, revel in its jammy enriched goodness (eat enough jammy dodgers a day and the jam counts as one of those 5 fruit and veg portions a day that the government insist we must eat OR DIE, probably).
Anyway, news:

Spinning Around: The Pup Chasing Its Tail
Novel Electric Signals In Plants Induced By Wounding Plant
Croc wins over shark jaws down
Droppings may shed light on tigers mystery
No scat of hope for tiger
Sheriff investigates cattle shootings
Space Heaters in Caves Could Protect Bats From Mysterious Disease
'Pig Brain Mist' Disease Mystery Concludes
Spider-Killer Wasp, Eyeless Crustacean Found
Monkey mums bow to pester power
Poached skins matched to tigers
Texas-sized tract of single-celled clones
And
'Dracula' fish shows baby teeth

The chance for me to tell vampire related puns twice in a week ‘Haz’ to be ‘Le-stat’isticly improbable at best, but maybe I should just draw an ‘Evanga-line’ under the vampire related stuff for a while as I’m already starting to scrape the barrel, I wouldn’t want anyone reading this to start getting ‘cross’.

1 comment:

stormwalkernz said...

"Fangs" for that Oll, theres heaps of new to "get your teeth into'. no need to "bite" your tongue on the Vampire stuff this "bloody thirsty" mob love it.
It great we can Count" on you to keep the "Flow" of both tea and News going.